2024 Harvard Independent Journalism Academy Application

The Harvard Independent Journalism Academy (HIJA) will be a weekend-long program, complete with guest speakers, seminars, and workshops that offer an enriching opportunity for students to work directly with Harvard Independent writers and editors. During the conference, students will have the opportunity to learn about college journalism, see how high school journalism translates to college admissions, and explore the inner workings of a college paper. They will be guided through the entire writing process, walking away with an article of their own and the opportunity to be published!

Multiple two-day sessions will be held over zoom in Spring 2024. Price per attendee is $250, and we offer financial assistance for those who need it (Apply here). Please reach out to francesconnors@harvardindependent.com if you have any questions. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the Sunday before each respective session.

Refer to ourĀ flyer for any questions you may have. If you would like to set up a meeting with a member of our team to discuss the program, please email francesconnors@harvardindependent.com or sign up for a 1:1 meeting here: https://calendly.com/frances-connors/hija-q-a!

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Please rank your preferred dates to attend the program *
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March 23-24
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April 20-21
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